Report: Obama Approval Rating To Jump After Election
The people love the president again.
Just in case getting re-elected into the White House wasn't proof enough that America still likes President Obama, a new USA Today/Gallup poll says that his approval rating is expected to rise.
The poll showed fifty-eight percent of Americans have a favorable view of the president, three points than the USA Today/Gallup poll conducted right before the election. This is also his highest favorability rating in the poll since July of 2009.
The poll also revealed that people like Democrats more that Republicans. Talking Points Memo reports, "Fifty-one percent of those surveyed have a favorable impression of the party, a 6-point bump since August and a more impressive showing than the 43 percent who have a favorable view of the Republican Party."